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Upcycled nutrients could become possible feed alternative – Upcycled nutrients from byproducts from the grain milling, meat packing, and milk processing industries may offer swine producers a way to more sustainably feed their stock.
California, Massachusetts laws could raise food prices far beyond their state’s borders – these laws could further raise retail prices for pork, eggs and veal for consumers and dictate significant expenses for producers to make their industrial farms compliant – costs that will be passed on to the consumer.
Minimize cold stress on newborn dairy calves – Newborn calves are the most susceptible animals to cold stress on a dairy farm.
Understanding poultry gut systems to fight Salmonella – Researchers at Iowa State University have discovered a new approach to fight Salmonella in poultry that exploits the linkages between the gut neurochemical and immune systems.
Record beef prices, but ranchers aren’t cashing in – After years of consolidation, four companies dominate the meatpacking industry, while many ranchers are barely hanging on.
National Pork Board invests $15 million to enhance swine herd health – NPB announced a $15 million investment of Pork Checkoff funds in the Swine Health Information Center, extending funding for the center through 2027.
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